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Asbury Park PressFri. Jan. 18, 1980 A15 Paul Klinedinst Jr., officer on submarine Obituaries Mrs. E.E. Alexander, Frank Capone, 82; former schoolteacher real-estate broker ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP - Navy Capt Paul R. Klinedinst Jr. died Sunday at La Madalena, Sardinia, as a result of an acci dent aboard the submarine Howard Gilmore on which he was serving as executive officer, He was 43 and lived at 31 Canfield Lane RED BANK Eleanor Elliot Alexander, a former schoolteacher and part-owner of a bathing pavilion, died yesterday at River-view Hospital. She was 89 and lived at 143 Manor Drive. She was born in Sea Bright and was a lifelong resident of this area. Mrs. Alexander was part-owner of the Sea Bright Bathing Pavilion for 40 years until it was sold In 1964. She had been a teacher in the Red Bank school system. Mrs. Alexander was a 1908 graduate of Chattle High School, Long Branch, and a 1912 graduate of Teachers' College, Columbia University. She was a member of St. George's By The River Episcopal Church, Rumson. Surviving are a son, Howard E. Alexander, Tinton Falls; a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Ellis, Fair Haven; a sister, Mrs. Louise Naughton, with whom she lived, six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. The Worden Funeral Home, here, Is in charge of arrangements. LONG BRANCH Frank Capone, 82, a real-estate broker, died Wednesday at Monmouth Medical Center. He lived in Newark until moving here in 1948. Mr. Capone, who had been a real-estate broker in Newark since 1926, had owned and operated the Frank Capone & Son Agency, here, since 1948. He was active in the Republican Party In Essex County for many years, and was chairman of the former Sixth Ward, Newark, before it became the West Ward. Mr. Capone was employed in Essex County from 1934 to 1948. From 1948 to 1958 he was chief river inspector for the Passiac Valley Sewerage Commission. He was a member of Lodge 742, BPO Elks, here. Surviving are his wife, the former Anna Peggy Pegos; a son, Louis J., West Long Branch; two brothers, Thomas, Riviera, Fla., and Louis, Toms River; two sisters, Madeline Federicl, here, and Fannie Salem-mi, West Long Branch, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The Damiano Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. See SERVICES for additional details on some obituaries.1 Leonard Piatkowski, production manager EATONTOWN - Leonard Piatkowski, a production manager at Frequency Engineering. Howell Township, died yesterday at Rivervlew Hospital, Red Bank. He was 59. He was born in Nakle, Poland, and lived in Jersey City before moving here 30 years ago. Mr. Piatkowski had worked for Frequency Engineering for 30 years. He was a Navy veteran of World War n. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Angela Piatkowski; five sons, Eugene E LaGrange, Ky., Richard W., Metuchen, Martin A., Howell Township, Michael A., Atlantic Highlands, and Steven J., at home, and two brothers, Eugene anJ Zbigniew, and a sister, Mrs. He was born in Brooklyn and lived In Garden City, N.Y., before moving here in 1975. Capt. Klinedinst served aboard the Tulare prior to qualyfing for the submarine service In 1962. His submarine duty included tours aboard the Tullibee, the Scorpion and the Ethan Allen, on which he served as executive officer. He was commanding officer of the James Monroe from 1972 to 1974. From 1974 to 1979 he served as branch head of the submarine base acquisition division of the Trident Project manager's office, Washington, D.C. Capt. Klinedinst was awarded the Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation medal, the National Defense Service medal and the -Meritorious Service medal. He was a 1958 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., and earned a master's degree in oceanography at the Navy Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif. He was a communicant of St. Clement's Roman Cathalic Church, Matawan. Surviving is his mother, Mrs. Helen Klinedinst, here. The Waitt Funeral Home, Morganville, Marlboro Township, is in charge of Dr. Herbert Engel, physician, professor OCEAN TOWNSHIP - Dr. Herbert Walter Engel, a specialist In hematology and Internal medicine, died yesterday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. He was 52 and lived at 8 Greenbriar Road. He was born In the Bronx and had lived In Monmouth County for 35 years. He lived here for the past 22 years. Dr. Engel started his practice in Long Branch in 1955. He was a full attendant and a member of the staffs of Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, and Rivervlew Hospital, Red Bank. Dr. Engel was a fellow of the American College of Physicians and an associate clinical professor of hematology and Internal medicine associated with Hahneman Medical College, Philadelphia. He was board-certified In Internal medicine and hematology, and was a member of the Monmouth County and New Jersey medical societies and the American Medical Association. Dr. Engel was a cum laude graduate of Lafayette College, Easton, Pa., where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, and did his Internship and a three-year residency in internal medicine at Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. He received a fellowship from the Hematology Research Foundation for experimental studies in animal leukemia, and was a member of Phi Delta Epsilon. Dr. Engel was a member of Temple Beth El, here, and Its Men's Club, the Jordan Masonic Lodge, Neptune, and the Boro Club, Deal. Surviving are his wife, the former Barbara R. Stein; two sons, Peter K. and James R., and a daughter, Cathy L., all at home; his mother, Mrs. Helen Engel, Long Branch, and a brother, Stanley R. Engel, West Long Harry P. Heldt, 92; owned bottling plant LONG BRANCH - Harry P. Heldt, the former owner of a bottling plant, died Thursday at Freehold Area Hospital, Freehold Township. He was 92 and lived on Rockwell Avenue. He was a lifelong resident here. Mr. Heldt owned the former John Heldt Bottling Plant, Liberty Street, here. He retired in 1960 as a bridge operator for Monmouth County. Mr. Heldt had been a member of the Phil Daly Hose Company, here, since 1908, and also had worked for the fire departments at Fort Monmouth, Sandy Hook, and Camp Evans, Middletown Township. He was an Army veteran of World War I and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post, Oceanport. Surviving are his wife, the former Doris Aline Newing, and a daughter, Miss Jo-an Heldt, here. The Damiano Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. DOROTHY P. CULOS LITTLE SILVER - Dorothy P. Culos, 50, of 61 Judith Road, died yesterday at River-view Hospital, Red Bank,. She lived in Linden until moving here 13 years ago. Mrs. Culos was a member of the Republican executive committee, here. She was a communicant of St. James Roman Catholic Church, Red Bank. Surviving are her husband, Peter C. Culos; a son, Peter LTJ, and a daughter, Pamela Ann, both at home; her mother, Mrs. Anna Pawlikowski, Linden; a brother, Alex Paulson, Dallas, and three sisters, Mrs. Julia Hegedus and Miss Nancy Paulson, both Linden, and Mrs. Olga Hayes, Brick Township. The John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. FRED UMSTEAD POINT PLEASANT BEACH - Fred Urn-stead, 95, of 20 Central Ave., died yesterday at Point Pleasant Hospital. He was born In Glen Gardner and lived in Newark before moving here five years ago. Before retiring 30 years ago, Mr. Urn-stead was a self-employed produce dealer in Newark. His late wife was the former Mary Grover. Surviving are a nephew, Harry Umstead, Brick Township, a step-granddaughter, Mrs. Renee Ammann, Edison Township, and two step-great-grandchildren. The Koyen Funeral Home, Metuchen, is In charge of arrangements. MAX FRIEDRICH MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP - Max Frie-drich, 77, of Crestwood Village, died yesterday at Community Memorial Hospital, Toms River. He was born in Germany and lived in Summit before moving here seven months ago. Mr. Fried rich was a retired painter. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Thiemee; a son, Klauss, Chatham Township, and five grandchildren. The Kedz Funeral Home, Lakehurst, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. ROSE MARY FRANZI JACKSON TOWNSHIP - Rose Mary Franzi, 67, of 48 South Wind Circle, who died Wednesday, is survived by a sister, Mrs. Lydia Maione, here, who was' Incorrectly identified in an obituary in yesterday's Press. flemington furs MRS. CAROLYN D. HARTZELL COLTS NECK TOWNSHIP - Carolyn D. Hartzell, 68, of Leland Road, died Wednesday at Riverview Hospital, Red Bank. She was born in Trenton and lived there and in Red Bank before moving here in 1960. Before retiring three years ago, Mrs. Hartzell worked as a cosmetician for Steinbach. She was a communicant of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, here, and a member of the Shrewsbury River Yacht Club, Fair Haven. Surviving are her husband, Kenneth Hartzell; a son, William Cacciatore, Malibu, Calif.; three brothers, Armand Christopher, Flemington, Sam Christopher, Hamiltown Township, and Frank Christopher, Robbinsville, Washington Township; two sisters, Mrs. Jane DtAngelo, Hamilton Township, and Mrs. Mary Porco, Pine Bush, New York, and two grandchildren. The John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. Branch. The Richard C. Hoidal Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. GERALD C. BELLOWS OLD BRIDGE TOWNSHIP - Lillian Pop-kin Bellows, 72, qf 11 Appletree Lane, died yesterday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel Township. She lived in Paterson until moving here nine years ago. Mrs. Bellows, a retired banker, had worked for the Suburban Savings and Loan Association, Elmwood Park. She was a member of the Beth Ohr Senior Citizens' Association, here, Her husband, Gerald Bellows, died in 1943. Surviving are a son, Richard J. Bellows, East Brunswick Township; a sister, Mrs. Esther Schletter, Paterson, and two grandchildren. The Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. CHARLES J. BENNETT BELMAR - Marie S. Bennett, 84, of 401 Fifth Ave., died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. She was born in Poland and lived in Brooklyn before moving here 60 years ago. Mrs. Bennett was a communicant of St. Rose Roman Catholic Church, here, and a member of its Altar Rosary Society. Her husband, Charles J. Bennett, died in Mt'ianie luarxowsKa, ail Poland. The Robert A. Braun Home for Funerals, here, is in charge of arrangements. Walter J. Steiger, 83; retired A&P manager JERSEY CITY - Walter J. Steiger, a retired A&P manager, died yesterday at Christ Hospital, here. He was 83. He was born here and lived In the Shore area before returning here 12 years ago. Mr. Steiger retired in 1952 after 30 years with A&P. He was an Army veteran of World War I. Surviving are his wife, the former Bertha Daab; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer, Cocoa Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Eunice Mauthe, Neptune; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Kuell, Hackensack, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The Leber-Schlemm Funeral Home, Union City, is in charge of arrangements. MICHAEL J. FIERRO TOMS RIVER - Michael J. Fierro, 68, died yesterday at Point Pleasant Hospital. He lived in Paterson until moving here 20 years ago. Mr. Fierro was a semi-retired salesman for Ocean Federal Savings & Loan Co., here. He was a member of the Bey Lea Golf Association, Council 4969, Knights of Columbus, and the Elks Lodge, all here, and a former member of the Columbia Civic League, a local Italian-American organization. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Blair; two sons, Douglas M., here, and Michael J., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; three daughters, Mrs. Gail L. Applegate, Cape Coral, Fla., Mrs. Ellen L. Hunt, Silver Spring, Md., and Mrs. Debra L. Fleig, Brick Township; a brother, Americ Fierro, Paterson; a sister, Mrs. Rubina Baldecchl, Clifton, and 10 grandchildren. The Silverton Memorial Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. AMELIA HARVEY LAKEWOOD Amelia Harvey, 84, formerly of 5105 Bergenline Ave., West New York, died Tuesday at Paul Kimball Hospital. She was born in Hoboken and lived in West New York before moving here five years ago. Surviving is a niece, Mrs. Olga Paul, North Arlington. The Lakewood Funeral Home, Howell Township, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. ANNA STILES OCEAN GROVE Anna Elston Stiles, 90, of Clark Street, died yesterday at the Geraldine Thompson Medical Home, Allen-wood, Wall Township, where she had lived for the past 11 years. Mrs. Stiles was born in Newark. Her husband was the late Floyd Stiles. There are no known survivors. The Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold, is in charge of arrangements. 1 HENRY C. CHRISTIANSEN FAIR HAVEN - Henry C. Christiansen, 68, of 139 Harrison Ave., died yesterday at Riverview Hospital, Red Bank. He was born in Lambertville and had lived in this area for the past 40 years. Mr. Christiansen retired in 1974 aftes, 30 years as a carpenter at Fort Monmouth. During World War TJ he served with the Army in the China-Burma-India theater. Mr. Christiansen was a member of Washington Lodge 9, F&AM, Eatontown, and the North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Yacht Club, and a former member of the Game Club of Shrewsbury Inc. Surviving are his wife, the former Evelyn Kennedy; a son, Gary, and daughter, Carol, both at home; three brothers, Hans, Lars and Raymond, all Trenton, and three sisters, Mrs. Carrie Saxton, Calfornia, Mrs. Ann Darnell, Trenton, and Mrs. Margaret Christian, Fnllsington, Pa. The Adams Memorial Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. JOSEPH F. FOWLES KEYPORT Joseph F. Fowles, 54, of 99 Green Road Ave., died Monday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel Township. He was born on Long Island and lived in Keansburg before moving here seven months ago. Mr. Fowles was a paint sprayer for the Peerless Plating Company, Elmhurst, N.Y. He was a communicant of St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church, Keansburg. Surviving are his wife, Evelyn; two sons, Edward, Cliff-wood Beach, Aberdeen Township, and Robert, Howard Beach, N.Y.; three brothers, Frederick, College Point, N.Y., Charles, Maspeth, N.Y., and Edward, Ridgewood Park, N.Y., and five sisters, Mrs Anna Bierlan, Richmond Hills, N.Y., Mrs. Helen Stelling and Mrs. Emma Altimier, both Brooklyn, and Mrs. Mary Hoffman and Mrs. Margaret Hood, both Glendale, N.Y. The John J. Ryan Home for Funerals, Keansburg, Is in charge of arrangements. Services 1971. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Robert Witt, with whom she lived; a sister, Mrs. John Davis, Queens, N.Y., four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The Daniel A. Rellly FMneral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. JOHN KRASHENINNIKOFF LAKEWOOD John Krasheninnikoff, 94, of 254 Ocean Ave., died yesterday at Paul Kimball Hospital. He was born In Russia and lived in New York before moving here 10 years ago. Before retiring, Mr. Krasheninnikoff worked for the New York Transit Authority. He was a member of the Russian Cadets. Surviving is his wife, the former Maria Kregar. The W. David De Roche Funeral Home, here, is In charge of arrangements. MRS. LEONARD O. STREIGHT JR. HARVEY CEDARS Jane Ferguson Straight, 54, died Wednesday at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia. She was born In Trenton and had lived here for 10 years. Mrs. Streight was a private secretary. Surviving are her husband, Leonard O. Streight Jr.; a brother, Francis J. Ferguson, Washington, D.C.; her aunt, Sister Jane Francis, R.S.M., Plalnfield, and several nieces and nephews. The M.Wm. Murphy Funeral Home, Trenton, is in charge of arrangements. Newman passed for state board BRICK TOWNSHIP Former Assemblyman Daniel F. Newman, defeated in his bid for re-election In November, was passed over by Gov. Byrne for a seat on the state Board of Education yesterday. Byrne reappointed Anne S. Dillman of Perth Amboy to the seat Newman was seeking. Her term expired In June, but she was maintained in the position in a holdover capacity. Newman could not be reached for comment on the appointment last night. Two other seats on the board could become available In June if William Colon of Jersey City and Timothy Weeks of South Orange are not reappointed when their terms expire. Newman had served as chairman of the Education Committee. He also is a former president of the Brick Township Board of Education. A formal announcement Is expected soon that Newman will head the Ocean County Democratic party when the current chairman, Freeholder Robert A. Gasser, steps down In June. Extraordinary Savings I Now, tremendous January Savings are yours at rQ Flemington Fur. Flemington's rare value prices have been reduced as much as 50 on a huge selection DAVID DOUGLAS GREENWOOD OLD BRIDGE TOWNSHIP David Douglas Greenwood, 92, of 38 Haven Drive, Cheesequake Village, died yesterday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel Township. He was born In Newark and lived most of his life in Irv-ington before moving here In 1967. Mr. Greenwood was a former head shipping clerk for the Rex Cutlery Company, Irvington. He retired as a stock clerk with the S.S. Kresge Co. department store, Newark. He was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Matawan, and Trinity Episcopal Church, Irvington. Surviving are his wife, the former Theda Pease; three sons, John W., Dearborn, Mich., Douglas Edward, St. Thomas, Pa., and Edward Clifford, Fords, Wood bridge Township, seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The Bedle Funeral Home, Matawan, is in charge of QPP of their finest furs. Be a wise fur buyer... take advantage of this extraordinary sale. BENNETT Mane s- i Fitm Beimar, on Jon. 17, WW. Beloved of Ihe lot OiortM J. mother of Ihrv win, tutor of wv John Dovlj. Funeral Sat. am. from tht ReMyFuneral Homy. th Av. and D St. Belmar. Mom of Chrlitton am. Church of St. Raee. tntormtnt St. Catharine Cemetery, vnmno FrMov i-4 and 7-e am. CAPONE Front. Beloved hmoond of Anno Peoov (no Pegot). Dovotod fothor of Louie. Brother a( Thomai of FkTT t-oult, Modellne FrttKt Fannie So-lemme. Grandfather of Douglas Capone and Franonj Kelly. Also survived by I wat-orandIWrea Funerat from the Domkmo Funeral Home, Jrd 1. Franklin Ave. Long Branch, on Sot. 9 am. A Man of Chilian Burial at Our Lody Star of the Sea 10 am. Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery, West Long Branch Jo lieu of flowers, mease serrtdonattons To Camp HapoWCTS for the Blind, IS Bunlngton Ave. Leonardo, N.J. visitation 2- t. 7-9. CHRISTIANSEN Henry C age " Harrison Ave. Fair Haven, on Jan. 17 at Rd Bor-Funeral eervtce Sot. Jon. 1 at I am. from the Adams Memorial Home, 310 Broad St. Jd Bank. Friends may can at r' F1v i2 7-e p.m. Interment Princeton Memorial Par Roboms-vme N.J. ENGEL Or. Herbert Walter, 52, on Jan. 17. 1MO. of t Oreenbrlor Rd. Ocean Townshla Husband of Barbara R. father of Peter .KJames R-CothyL. son of Helen, brother of Stanley R. Funeral services Sun. JaaM at 1 am. at the Richard C. HoMal Funer-al Home. I3e Monmouth Ra. Ocean Toiyww&RattW Sidney Schulman offlclattno, interment Temple Beth m Cemetery, Neptune. HARTZELL Carotyn D. of Colts Neck, on Jan. 16. mo. Wife of Kenneth W. Mother of WlWamCac-clotore. Sister of Armaria Sam andFrar J' and Jane DIAnoelo and Mary Poroo. Funeral Imw Sot. am. at sT Marys Church, Com Neck. VJWWi at me John E. Day Funeral Home, (5 Riverside Ave. Red Bonk, Frl. 1-4 ana 7-Q am. LINNETT Stanley C of Summon Jan. 14 ItW. Husband of Nancy L. Ltnnett; fattier of Judith Ann. at home. Mrs. Gall uvw MstlonofOrawsw of Mrs. Marvel C Ltnnett of Florlooj Brother of l Robert E. Lmnett of Rosewnd and Paul L. Linnet! of Colts Neck; grandfather of Llnnett M.W Melton. Funeral service ei St. Peter's Church, Essex Fens, on Sot, at toibv Friends moy Co. at .J"Tf'rJ' Funeral Home, 5 Roseland M-V Eogfrt Rock Ave.l. RoselonoV Thurs. 7-9 and Frf. 7-9. Inter Very Special JANUARY SALE PRICED from $288 to $1 6,888 FINAL CLEARANCE on Cloth Coats, Leathers, Suedes, and "Fabulous Fakes" Every marvelous winter coat, suit and jacket in our exciting Town & Country Department is now clearance sale priced! CLEARANCE SALE PRICED from $68 to $988 ment. Rettlond Memorial Par. East Hanover. ANATOL A. BERGSTROEM HOWELL TOWNSHIP Anatol A. Bergs troem, 89, of Midland Boulevard, died yesterday at Paul Kimball Hospital, Lakewood. He was born in Russia, moved to this country In 1950 from Austria and lived In Long Island City, N.Y., before moving here 24 years ago. Mr. Bergs troem was a retired maintenance man at an apartment complex In New York. He was a member of St. Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church, here. Surviving Is his wife, the former Darinka Curnich. The Lakewood Funeral Home, here, is In charge of flemington fm company OPEN SUNDAY & EVERY DAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. NO. 8 SPRING ST., FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY One of the World's Largest Specialists in Fine Furs. STREIGHT Jane, (nee Ferguson). 15 vean. on Jon. 14, 190 of University of Penmytvamo Hosptta. Wife o7 Leonord O. Sir eight. o!HarvvaKJ, Long Beach ruand. Rekanves and friends are Invited to fS farSral from The M Wom Murphy Funeral Home. HJ Hamilton Ave. Trenton, at 9 am. Mass of Christian Burial WW be cftbroted at am at St. Gregory The Great Church. Interment Sf. Mary's Cemetery, Hamilton Township. Friends moy oa at me funeral home Friday from -v am. UMSTEAD Fred, of K Central Ave. PI. Pleasant Beach, on Jon. 17, 19). Uncte of Horry umeteadj step-grandfofher of Mrs. Renee Ammonn. Two step-greot-granochUdren also survive. Services Sal. at 10 am. at the Koyen Funeral Home. 319 Amoov Ave. Metuchen. Interment, Hillside Cemetery, Metuchen. i Friends may can Frl,, 7-9 wi f

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